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Getting Prepared

Getting Prepared reports the college enrollment and developmental educational activity of Minnesota public high school graduates enrolling in college within two years of high school graduation. Developmental education course-taking can be used as a measure of college readiness. The report fulfills the legislative mandate Minnesota Statute 13.32, §Subd. 3 and §Subd. 6

What is developmental education?

Developmental education is a term used to refer to programs offered by postsecondary institutions to prepare students for success in college-level work. Remedial instruction, the term used in Minnesota law, can imply courses which repeat material taught earlier that the student did not learn adequately the first time. For many educators, developmental education is a broader term encompassing pre-college-level education and other academic support services that may benefit students for any reason.

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